I tried Finger Paints gel polish for the first time and I've created a monster! Since fall is fast approaching I thought I'd pick a few fall colours, but I finally tried it and now I need it in every colour! With the first coat, I knew I was dumping Gelish and moving on. Sorry not sorry Gelish!
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The colour on the lid matches the polish inside perfectly, and the consistency of the gel is just right. Not too runny, not too thick and even with one coat the colour is opaque and beautiful.
This colour is called Art-Hur loves me but I think it should be called ruby slipper. It's hard to tell from the photo (because my photography skills suck) but there's beautiful red glitter throughout the polish and it reminds me of Dorothy's ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz. There's no place like home doing Mani Magic tutorials!
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These colours are Lens cap and Charcoal drawing. Seriously, who names these? I couldn't decide which of these colours I would use for my next design so I chose both!
Marbling and blending is so easy with this polish. Yep, I've created a monster. What Finger Paints colour should I buy next? Check out the colours here and comment below! Click here for my ombre nail art tutorial.
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I've been using finger paints gel for several months now and I've bought quite a few new colours. While my opinion of the polish has not changed and it is still my favourite brand, I wanted you to know that I do not recommend the finger paints base coat. I've tried it with several polish brands and they all chipped! I've never had this problem with gel before so I know it was the base coat for sure. I even put it on my daughter and hers chipped too. Not impressed! I can't speak for the top coat as I haven't tried it but the base coat definitely sucks!
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